Pereh Beehive pure natural citrus blossom honey has a sweet and flavorful taste that is unadulterated by any added coloring, artificial ingredients, or additives.
The flavor of honey is influenced by the flowers that the bees visit and the overall growing climate. Orange and citrus trees are part of the Israeli landscape. They love to soak up all of our heavenly Israeli sunshine, and the bees are kept busy with the act of pollination and, along the way, give us wonderfully fragrant honey to enjoy!
Citrus blossom honey is an incredibly aromatic honey with hints of citrus and a light, refreshing sweetness. We love this honey drizzled on crackers and toast. It is the perfect way to sweeten herbal tea.
- 500 grams / 17.63 ounces
- 100% Pure honey
- Kosher l’mehadrin under supervision Bedatz Jerusalem and Rabbi Moshe Cohen, Har Hebron
- Kosher for Passover
- No added ingredients
Kosher for Passover
Natural Citrus Blossom Honey
Pereh means ‘wild’ in Hebrew, and the name perfectly captures the spirit of Pereh Beehive, which harvests Israeli honey produced by bees from local flower nectar.
The story of Pereh Beehive began with Benny Movshoviz, the patriarch of Drimia Honey. Benny established both his family and his beekeeping business in Susya, a Jewish community in the southern Judean hills. Benny raised his sons with respect for the land and his youngest son Yishai has followed in his father’s footsteps. Yishai and his wife Zion have taken over the apiary from Benny and are the guardians of the beehives for the next generation.
Susya today, just as it was thousands of years ago, is a vibrant Jewish settlement nestled in the verdant farmland that is blooming with grapes, fruit, olives, wildflowers, and more. The beautiful wild region of the Holy Land is ideal for beekeeping, and the honey bees of the region produce high quality deliciously flavorful honey.
Pereh Beehive is committed to honey creations with texture and flavor right from nature. Its honey is produced by bees from local flower nectar and reflects the abundant goodness of the land of Israel. Both Yishai and Zion are proud to continue their family tradition of beekeeping in the Holy Land.